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Friday, February 12, 2010

Mandela: 20 Years on vs Gaddafi's 40 Years

How time flies? Twenty years ago today Nelson Mandela walked out of prison a free man to lead South Africa into a vibrant democracy. And just 15 years since he left South Africa is speedily joining the rest of Africa in free fall and poor leadership.
So what went wrong after Mandela?

Millions of South Africans will readily point a finger to Mbeki, Mandela’s successor, the embodiment of their failure. Well, it is cheap to point fingers and even the populist JZ is coming to grips with reality that the presidency is no license to plant wild oats with daughters of all your comrades.

The steady fall of South Africa as a template for Africa’s renaissance leaves plenty of questions than it answers. Or may be Mandela knew something we did not by being the anti-thesis of African strong men when he consciously and deliberately relinquished power to Mbeki. Better still, Madiba saw it coming and chickened out to spruce his saintly name.


The strong headed Mbeki may have blighted Mandela’s legacy, but the randy Zuma is taking the cultural joke too far by taking spitting this auspicious anniversary with his scheduled state of the nation address. Mandela thrived and lived on optimism, Zuma prides in abusing that virtue.

May be all an African country needs is a Gaddafi and not Mandela. Just look at how generous and prosperous Libya is and the determination of its leader over the last 40 years to stand up for Africa. Forget the betrayal he suffered in Ethiopia at the hand off other presidents last week.

Gaddafi Betrayed
How can they be so ungrateful these African leaders? After benefiting from Libya's generosity they dare refuse to grant leader Gaddafi another term as AU chair. With that single act of selfishness the leaders have snatched the authority and audacity with which Gaddafi has been taking on the mighty on our behalf.

True to his King of Kings title, Gaddafoi did not leave the arena without a fight. During a midnight press conference, he took no hostages and declared that his eyes are now trained on leading the Arab League.

Gaddafi only wanted what he invested in after financing the broke AU for years. But the African leaders had other ideas after enjoying his generous inducements. And Gaddafi pulled no stops to remind them that AU without him is dead and he regretted having served such a thankless lot.

The African continent remain the poor with Gaddafi's exit. This is one Pan-Africanist whose passion and dedication to see through US of Africa is unparalleled. What is more, he should know better now that he is rightfully the longest serving president in the whole world.

Africa has lost heavily by refusing to extend Gaddafi's term. His vision to empower the continent's village and tribal elders was not only unique but also historic. Together with Venezuela's Hugo Chavez, Gaddafi is the face of modern leadership.

Look at Libya and the business expansion from Tripoli right at the heart of Nairobi. Former Grand Regency and Oilibya are case studies of brother helping a brother in need.

No wonder Gaddafi wasted no time to remind us of the true leaders of yore like Said Bare and Mobutu Seseseko. Somali and Zaire have knows no peace since the death of these gallant sons of Africa. Moi couldn't have agreed more.

Africa would be better advised to model their future around the realistic ethos of Gadaffi and stop living the utopian Mandela dream.

90 comments:

Anonymous said...

Madiba may not be an angel but his short leadership was so full many right thing so much so that other African tin gods make him look like a saint. And did I hear Michuki say Kibaki is legible for another term come 2012?

Congraulations Madiba, you did Africa proud and you have earned all the saintly accollades. May you age gracefully happy in the knowledge you meant and did well.

AMANDLA!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Gaddafi is an Arab and not an African.

Anonymous said...

Taabu, is this all you can come up with given the hottest news in kenya now is Raila thieving of maize meant for poor. why are you covering for a thief?

Anonymous said...

sour satire is a convenient device to resort to in the face of inconvenient truths dominating the airwaves.

Anonymous said...

Taabu,

Compare the 20 glorious years of Mandela with the 30 years of Raila's thuggery (1982&2008) and theft (from Molasses to Maize) and still going!!!! Mandela is humble servant while Raila is a cry-baby for VIP toillets and carpets.

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

10:32 AM
Muammar Abu Minyar al-Gaddafi bin Mohammed Adul Salam is a native african born and raised in North Africa.

In same way so many of us (native africans/african natives) were born and raised in East Africa, West Africa, Central Africa, Southern Africa, South-West Africa, South Africa or North-Eastern Africa.

He's able to trace his genealogy as far way back as the 16th century. While I am sure so many of us can't do them same beyond our grandfathers or great-grandfathers.

Libyans have been living in North Africa way back before the fifth century BC.

So, hate al-Gaddafi the politician, all you want, but have some respect for the Libyan people in general.

Anonymous said...

He he - 'diversionary tactics' We want Maize... Looks like this man is on Tinga's payroll - could have eaten our maize money

JEFF said...

Why is it that Taabu and Mwarang'ethe always make diversionery posts when there is heat on RAO?

Anonymous said...

Africans with a dark shade of color, those living mostly in the south of the sahara should be the very last people to call our brothers from the north as arabs and not africans.

what defines an african? it's not the shade of color but the fact that you were born or can trace your genealogy to the african continent.

we cannot afford to discriminate. you don't right a situation by doing a wrong. Hate and discrimination is what the entire world has given black africans, there is no need to show others the same. in-fact it's incumbent upon us to show love to others and not hate.

Injeraz said...

Haha..Kumekucha ducking and silent again when the heat turns on Raila Odinga!? lol, you guys are comical. yaani you guys really treat him like a god.

He's human guys..he's not the messiah. its okay you can criticize Raila, lightning wont strike you dead,lol. break free from the Raila cult..

deroo said...

Can the person who has deleted the PWC Report on the Maize Scandal stop it. This is the second time today. Please can you stop it. Grow up!!!

Derek

deroo said...

it is a link that I have struggled to get. Since last night

Anonymous said...

@Deroo - Please share that link again. these thieving twits think we will give up!

Anonymous said...

derek aka deroo,sorry,kumekucha is a holy ground for the anoited one -raila odinga. you must never post anything that is likely to incriminate raila. that is blasphemy,ndugu yangu.

Anonymous said...

Maize scandal was a Raila' baby!

http://kenya.rcbowen.com/talk/viewtopic.php?id=134270

deroo said...

Its in he public domain. I just wanted to share it with people on this forum. I am sending it again

Wamugunda said...

Raila should lead the way and RESIGN!!!

Mwarang'ethe said...

When Egyptians were toiling/slaving to build some of the most magnificient structures known by man today, i.e. the pyramids, their priests taught them to worship lizards and crocodiles as gods. And, they believed them.

Today, Africans are toiling and dying so as to enrich others, but, the modern priests just like the ancient priests, keep on telling Africans the problem is Mbeki, Moi, Kibaki etc. If only you could remove them, u will be fine. What a lie.

Mandela delivered political democracy. He was unable to deliver ECONOMIC DEMOCRACY.

Now, those who blame Mbeki, Zuma, for failing to end poverty in SA, have not read their history properly. Let us look at ancient Greece.

It is the Golden Age of Pericles. Greece leads civilization. Just look at Athens alone, and where is the nation with names to compare with her sons? What sculpture can rival the works of Phidias and Praxiteles; what painting that of Polygnotus? Is not the architecture of Ictinus and Callicrates the despair of the world? Has not dramatic poetry come to exquisite flower in the persons of Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides and Aristophanes? Where are there orators like Demosthenes, Aeschines, Isocrates and Lysias; historians like Thucydides and Xenophon?

Who of the living has surpassed the generalship of Miltiades and Nicias; will mortal memory forget the sea fight of Themistocles at Salamis? Where in the sweep of civilization is a statesmanship comparable with that of Pericles and of Cimon; where have the gods raised philosophy and morals to the heights of Socrates and Plato; where paralleled Aristotle's formulation of knowledge?

Now, if this is what we find in this ancient civilisation, doesn’t intellect govern the world? If yes, how then can Greek supremacy fail?

Other civilizations have faded and gone out. But with such a constellation of genius, how can Greek progress falter?

The most eminent historians of ancient Greece teach us one very important lesson. It is this:

Despite all her dazzling splendour, Greece, and particularly Athens, was as a statue with head of gold and feet of clay. Why do they say so?

They teach/warn us that, an aristocracy held as their private property the SOIL and all the AVENUES of production.

Consequently, the mass of the population was composed part of slaves and part of dependent freemen who had to compete with slaves for subsistence.

Thence, the community (just as we see today in S.Africa) was divided into mutually hating classes - those who possessed special privileges, and those who possessed them not; those who basked in appropriated riches, and those who toiled in poverty.

Plato called these classes the "hares and lions." Don’t we have hares and lions in SA and all African nations today?

If so, not even the constellation of genius like those of ancient Greece will save Africa.

One day, Africans will have to decide if they want to live as free people in liberty, or as slaves forever crying like babies.

Vikii said...

President Mandela is the GREATEST President alive. No doubt abt that one. The likes of Presidents Clinton, Obama,John Kuffour PM Blair and the rest are non entities.

Having said that, I am not exactly sure how President Mbeki fucked South Africa. He is a victim of Africans' ignorance and their affinity for empty populist and "anti-intelligence" politics.To imagine that President Zuma is even half the President Mr. Mbeki was is a joke, a big one and a clear testimony of our standing as decent,mature and sensible human beings.

About the Libyan leader and his delusions of grandeur, it just surprises me how we castigate him, Museveni, Hugo chavez, Moi, Hitler etc (read populist, ignorant, grandiose, stupid and deceptive) and at the same time shout ourselves horse praising the current Kenyan version of all these strongmen. Double Standards 101!

Mwarang'ethe said...

Injeraz said...
Haha..Kumekucha ducking and silent again when the heat turns on Raila Odinga!? lol, you guys are comical. yaani you guys really treat him like a god.

He's human guys..he's not the messiah. its okay you can criticize Raila, lightning wont strike you dead,lol. break free from the Raila cult..

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Little knowledge of history is surely very dangerous. Why do we say this?

In the first globalisation [(1870 - 1914) which ended with destruction of British Empire and unseen bloodshed in human history] the issue of race was used to explain lack of economic development in the colonies.

It was for this reason, we find that, eminent economists like Keynes (1883 - 1946) was vice - president of the English Eugenics Society and Irving Fisher (1867 - 1947)was also a believer in this nonsense.

In terms of this theory, race was the convenient explanation for our poverty. This ensured the real causes were never explained or sought. Thus, Africans were poor because they are black. Final.

Today, we are told by the same people that Africans are poor not because they are black, but, because they are corrupt. And, we believe and sing the song.

The sad thing is how Africans have fallen for this bait. See TI ranking African nations depending on how "corrupt" they are. Since Africans have accepted this red herring, the real issues will never be discussed.

Is it impossible for us to think for ourselves?

Kipsang said...

"And professor is my personal friend ,but this I will do even to my own brother and even my own wife. This in my view is the best way to create proper culture of anti-corruption in our country,
This is the league that we do not want to play in. That is why we must face this animal called corruption head-on.
There have been serious allegations of this Free Primary fund and the Ministry of Education is in the dock… so I told my good friend Prof Ongeri and his PS to step aside to allow for investigation. That does not mean that they are guilty,
Investigations start by suspending everybody then you start the process of elimination" said Raila Ojinga.


ha ha ha , can you believe that this is what the PM said.I suggest that he starts by suspending and eliminating himself. What does he have to loose He is the enigma of Kenyan politics

Useless !

Anonymous said...

Is Raila corrupt?

As Mwarang'ethe has pointed out, corruption is a way of life in Kenya and Africa.

The question should be: How did Raila acquire his wealth? How did Kibaki acquire his wealth? How did Kalonzo, Uhuru, Jirongo, Wamalwa, etc acquire wealth?

Most of our so called leaders were civil servants before they plunged into politics.We know that the civil service is the most corrupt outfit we have in Kenya. The guys became wealthy while working in the civil service. How can you explain someone having several prime properties and the latest car models with a salary of less than 50,000/=?

Thus the guys we elect are people used to easy money. How do we expect them to be different once in parliament?

Mwarang'ethe said...

Anonymous said...
Is Raila corrupt?

As Mwarang'ethe has pointed out, corruption is a way of life in Kenya and Africa.

The question should be: How did Raila acquire his wealth? How did Kibaki acquire his wealth? How did Kalonzo, Uhuru, Jirongo, Wamalwa, etc acquire wealth?

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There are three types of entrepreneurship. There is non - productive, productive and destructive entrepreneurship.

Most African elite, have used non - productive and destructive entrepreneurship to amass wealth. They have done so because, our economies are not structured and have never been allowed to be so structured in a manner that may allow productive entrepreneurship.

Thus, the main question facing Africa is, why can't we have our economies structured in a way that allows productive entrepreneurship?

Unfortunately, thats the question, the TI, WB, IMF and the West do not want to be asked for Africans will see the truth.

Because they cannot use the race card anymore to hide the ugly truth, they now form and sponsor anti - corruption bodies to camp in Africa so as to divert attention from the real issues.

And, Africans are very happy to work for these bodies cos after all, they pay very well. Africans!

Philip said...

When it comes to issues of Mandela that's where I have a lot of enemies, more than on issues of Raila. I've never bat my eyelid to say that I personally find Garang and Kagame to have achieved more than what Mandela did.

Mandela's popularity is what I call "tabloid's popularity". This is because he never stepped even on those who oppressed the black africans. That's why AIDs scourge and neo-apartheid has never declined even during his time as President of South Africa.

There are people who are so admired so much that even his weakness one doesn't want to mention out of fear, this is where Mandela belongs. Here is a guy that nobody wants to talk against.

The problem that is making South Africans to demonstrate have been there even during Mandela's time and even before him, and not a single leader in South Africa has addressed it including Mandela. I see Mandela had some kind of charisma that made people to fear demonstrating. In the same way early Christians could not speak against Paul of Tarsus, or congregation of Kuna Nuru Gizani cannot speak against Pius Muiru, or one we know better, the same way some Luo leaders cannot speak against Raila, even when he has done a mistake - the later being a good example because some fear to talk against him since you don't know what your neighbour will do to you.

When we removed Moi from power and brought Kibaki, we thought the guy will be providing us a daily meal of chicken and rice, our hopes that he could not fulfill. South Africans also thought Zuma, being a Zulu, will improve their lives drastically, something that has not happened, so what do you expect?

The president who will come up with a solution to South African problems, I can assure you, will be the most hated president outside South Africa since the solution to South African problem will affect majority of the affluent in that society, who will influence how the media will want us to view that President.

I don't think a solution to South Africans problem will come soon and I don't think Mandela is the solution since he couldn't resolve it during his term as South Africa's President.

To JEFF

This is an important post, to me it's even the most important post I've seen in Kumekucha for years since a solution to South African problems is similar to a solution to Kenyan problem. Kenyatta came and went, Moi came and went, Kibaki will come and go, Raila may come and go, so is Kalonzo, Uhuru and the rest but we'll still have the same problem.

If you look deeply you'll find that all these leaders, just like Mandela, Mbeki and Zuma, belong to the same elite group who see a solution using an "elitist"' binoculars. This solution normally doesn't work.

We all have problems and that's why we are here complaining about this and this leader and their leadership qualities however it's time we also need to go go beyond leadership as the only solution to our problems and see what are our other problems and what are their solution. Once we come up with a solution to our problems then as people of Kenya we should concentrate on these solutions and push it down the throat of any leader who will lead Kenya.

In other words we should see the solutions to our problems and choose a leader who will implement these solutions and not the other way round where we choose a leader and expect him to come up with a solution to our problems, only to realise later that they have got no idea of even our problem, live alone solutions to it so that later, like their predecessor they also fail TERRIBLY.

Anonymous said...

RAILA MUST GO!!!!

Mwarang'ethe said...

Philip wrote:

The president who will come up with a solution to South African problems, I can assure you, will be the most hated president outside South Africa since the solution to South African problem will affect majority of the affluent in that society, who will influence how the media will want us to view that President.

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You said as it is.

The question is, are Africans, who are mostly cowards and traitors willing to bear the pain of these reforms?

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In other words we should see the solutions to our problems and choose a leader who will implement these solutions and not the other way round where we choose a leader and expect him to come up with a solution to our problems, only to realise later that they have got no idea of even our problem, live alone solutions to it so that later, like their predecessor they also fail TERRIBLY.

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Once again, you are 100% right.

For instance, without solving Africa's debt problem, there shall be no meaningful economic development.

This is so because, whether in Rwanda or Sudan that you mention, all our major economic activities are geared towards transfer of wealth to outside world via debts, and not creating purchasing power of our people. Thus, even the so called developments in Rwanda, are an illusion.

Thus, as an example, we need to put in power leaders willing to take a stand on this question once and for all and not leaders who promise "development."

Has any of the present leaders including Raila talked about this issue? No. The only man who dared talk about it was Sankara, and we know what happened to him.

It is for this reason we said, one day, Africans will have to make up their minds whether they want to live in liberty or as slaves.

Unfortunately, to enjoy their liberty will call for a major confrontation with the mighty empires of today. Are we willing to pay the price?

Anonymous said...

Can't you just smell the power and money and the greed behind this? They want to make anyone who recognizes that protesting is in order flat disappear.

http://www.standardmedia.co.ke/maddworld/?

Maddworld indeed ?

M. Pesa said...

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Hey there fellow Kenyan? Why be broke when you can be a multi millionaire in just 2 weeks? It doesn't matter whether you are a policeman, doctor, teacher or a cabinet minister. Making easy money in Kenya has never been easier and risk free! Here is how to do it..

If you work for this rotten Kenyan Govt and don't make hay while the sun shines, you must be one big imbecile. I urge all the civil servants to STEAL as much as possible and accumulate all the wealth they can handle.

Don't panic, nothing will happen to you even when you are caught. I mean, everyone is busy stealing from the big bosses to the toilet cleaners! I shipped a vehicle recently and found it's stereo, jack, spanners and one indicator had been stolen! Damn, even the sporty tyres and rims had been replaced with some mokoteni ones, all done with impunity!

So my friends and enemies, if you can afford it, go on a looting spree and f*ck this country until it bleeds dry. Even Raila's buddies at the Treasury are busy looting from the starving masses while the PM looks away or promises a "committee" to whitewash the scandal.

On the PNU side, Baba Jimmy is as usual snoring 16 hours a day and occassionally wakes up to eat warus, ndumas and ngwashe as thieves, crooks, liars and cheats cause havoc from every Govt office! STEAL STEAL STEAL, No questions will be asked! What are you waiting for?

Anonymous said...

Mwarang'ethe said

”for instance, without solving Africa's debt problem, there shall be no meaningful economic development.

This is so because, whether in Rwanda or Sudan that you mention, all our major economic activities are geared towards transfer of wealth to outside world via debts, and not creating purchasing power of our people. Thus, even the so called developments in Rwanda, are an illusion”

Lets get down to the nitty gritty at the heart of our problems. Can you give us a succinct graphic illustration of that, there are plenty close to home right under our noses. Am sure examples abound that you can choose from........ btw I read Former Central Bank Deputy Governor Jacinta Mwatela has been paid more than Sh12 million in dues ... what is all that about ! - for refusing “subsequent posting as PS in the Ministry of Northern Kenya and Arid Lands by President Kibaki” ….. lol, can somebody clue me in? “Witness protection” anyone?


Breaking News! "caymans investors headed for Kenya” – Daily Nation. read - lock in your daughters, the rapists are ridding into town. Guess who has opened the door and invited them for dinner and then ask yourself why? And on whose account like in “bank balance” are we going to be rapped?

“ Fimbo ya mbali hayiuwi nyoka “

Anonymous said...

I have often asked: what is the role of christianity in kenya? I mean over 80% of the people describe themselves as christian. And by that they mean they are good and "god fearing". Am not a believer but I woud have expected that people who describe themselves this way would have a big problem "eating" money for poor kids and maize meant for the starving.

Mwarengethe, since you come across as a believer please give me an answer. Does christianity have any role in shaping our morality? Most kenyans tell me: I cant do that (some evil deed), am a christian. But I later find their moral obligation to their fellow men is zero.

Mwarang'ethe said...

Anonymous wrote:

Lets get down to the nitty gritty at the heart of our problems. Can you give us a succinct graphic illustration of that, there are plenty close to home right under our noses. Am sure examples abound that you can choose from........ btw I read Former Central Bank Deputy Governor Jacinta Mwatela has been paid more than Sh12 million in dues ... what is all that about ! - for refusing “subsequent posting as PS in the Ministry of Northern Kenya and Arid Lands by President Kibaki”

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We cited debt as just one of the issues. As concerns these payments to whoever, anyone who has followed our arguments, must have read our opinion as concerns the the currect financial systems. They are rotten to the core and cannot serve the public interest whether in the USA or in Kenya.

It is for this reason, we have debts to the Private sector in Kenya running to over a trillion KES.

More importantly over 90% of this money has been created by less than 1% of the population. In simple words, the "divine" right of the few to create money for the rest.

How can there be democracy if less than 1% of the population have a divine right to create money for the 99%? It cannot be when we know the role of money in today's politics. It is a lie that we tell ourselves.

And, they deceive humanity ati feudalism ended. Yes, the old form ended, but, was replaced by industrial feudalism.

For the time being, let us note this. One day, humanity will be wise enough and summon enough courage to see the need for separation of State and Money.

Just as Americans separated State and Religion using the sword, we shall one day have to go this route.

The only problem is that, people are so brainwashed to believe in the current system, just as humanity was about religion and state, that, it is seen as heresy subject to burning at the stake to raise such an subject.

But, this route, must humanity travel so as to avoid debt peonage which is coming.

And, if you do not believe this, look at Iceland, Greece and other nations bankers, yes, these same bankers the masters of universe are calling PIGS.

Anonymous said...

Am almost sure somebody is about to say Socialists / Communists and Nazis are flocking here.

Anonymous said...

Mwarang'ethe

Can you come with a little more detail/concreate example how the transfer of wealth is executed.

Something tangible that people can identify with in Kenya. How is this executed becouse it seems this playbook is the same everywhere

Mwarang'ethe said...

Mwarengethe, since you come across as a believer please give me an answer. Does christianity have any role in shaping our morality? Most kenyans tell me: I cant do that (some evil deed), am a christian. But I later find their moral obligation to their fellow men is zero.

2/11/10 4:54 AM

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First, recall what we said jana. Fighting corruption in Kenya/Africa today is impossible. Don't you see now Raila is forming another committee to look at what another committee has documented? After this committee, an inter - ministrial committe will be formed. The merry go round goes on.

Coming to your question, among those societies that practiced long distance trade via the sea, they developed institutions of insurance and bill of lading.

From the above example, it should be clear why hunters and gatherers did not create such institutions as insurance. Their mode of production did not necessitate such institutions.

Thus, if you ask or asked a hunter and gatherer to build the institution of insurance, it will be meaningless to him for his mode of production does does not lead to such an institution.

Also, if you walk naked and gather fruits from the bush, there is no need for inheritance law. But, once you stop gathering fruits, the institution of inheritance law makes perfect sense.

The point we are making is this. The institution of corruption, is a reflection of our mode of production. Change the mode of production, and corruption as a way of life will stop.

It follows then that, the believe in God alone cannot remove corruption which is embedded from top to bottom.

If you travel to Scandinavia, you only see that people go to church to light candles when someone dies.

Yet, when you tell a Scandinavian that you can bribe a policeman in Kenyan and go scot free, he/she looks at you like an alien. The difference lies in the Scandinavian mode of production.

Let us recall two wise sayings. Leonardo Bruni he of the civic humanism. When writing the Florence Constitution of 1413, he wrote this:

"It is not sufficient to inquire whether an institution of the state is attested to have been founded by our ancestors. Rather it is necessary that we understand and explain WHY it was instituted. For it is by knowing the CAUSE that we gain knowledge of a thing."

In 1620, Francis Bacon said this:

"there is startling difference between the life of men in the most civilised province of Europe, and in the wildest and most barbarous districts of New India... And this difference comes not from the soil, not from climate, NOT FROM RACE, but FROM THE ARTS."

Recall what we wrote before. During the first free trade/globalization era which produced colonies, race was used to hide the truth.

As you can see from the above, from the Renaissance Era, this was known to be a LIE. But, a lie had to be told to hide the truth.

Today, in the face of the second round of free trade/globalization that is destroying weak nations which were colonies in the first wave, they say we lack strong institutions and we are corrupt.

They fail to point for opportunistic reasons that, we cannot discuss the failed states without discussing their mode of production and what causes such modes of production.

Philip said...

Anon 4:54

Let me answer your questions. What you have always been hearing is what comes from people's mouth. Do you know that nearly all our politicians go to church, and nearly all of them are born again?

Do you know that Ruto was and is a born again christian since his campus life in Nairobi University? This is not a religion blog but let me still go ahead.

What will take you to Heaven/Paradise/Kingdom of God, and according to the christian bible, is not what you profess but what you do to God and to your neighbour.

The people in our society are the same who go to church. The days of the church shaping the society are long gone for nowadays it's the society that shapes the church. What you see happening outside churches are also done in the churches.

The greed you see in our society is the same greed you'll find in church. Preacher's greed are sending them to steal from the flock who are also greedy for they don't go to serve God and to worship Him in church, but to network and to pray so that God can serve them, hoping that in the end they'll come out of the church with chances of acquiring more wealth, health and spouse.

Woe unto those who are poor, desperate and uneducated for ye will continue suffereth, since in front of you is the pastor, behind you the politician, at the right side the thug and left side the policeman, while your good neighbour hugging you, but each is grabbing the little you have and each telling you the problem is the other one.

Anonymous said...

To PM Raila Odinga:

Kenyans know the work of committees mr odinga, from the time of Moi till now, we know they are meant to hide the painful truth.

The manner in which PWC has allover sudden cleared your PA Omondi is very very suspect because we know justice that works this fast is usually compromised justice.

Your homeboy Otieno Kajwang has been accussed of profiting immensely by allowing Somali foreigners to actually buy their identity. You have kept quiet on this.

The secret sale of Grand regency hotel.

The secret hiring and departure of german coach hey, after pocketing alot of money

The delay of census results and the delay in payment of the clerks mpaka wa leo..youve been quiet.

All these directly come to you as the supervisor of ALL government ministries.

Anyway, you opened your big mouth and lectured the two professors, but you are very silent now. I wonder if you will mention this pet subject of yours again.

Dont waste our money forming committees. It was only a matter of time before your true colours came to the open. You are not a reformer. You play politics on everything and you think Kenyans are stupid! You should resign immediately for the corrupt deeds of the junior and senior officers in your office!

Anonymous said...

RAO threatens to resign and kill the Coalition Gava.

..........Caroli is absolved by Pwc

Lol



Raila PA cleared of blame in maize saga

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NAIROBI, Kenya, Feb 11 - The Chief of Staff at the Prime Minister’s office Caroli Omondi has been cleared of any wrongdoing over the subsidized maize scheme, barely a day after details of an audit report were published in the media.

PricewaterhouseCoopers’ Senior Regional Partner and CEO, Philip Kinisu confirmed that they had been issued with documents from the Cabinet to prove that Mr Omondi acted under proper instruction in all his dealings with the National Cereals and Produce Board.

Mr Omondi had been accused of influencing the inclusion of a firm known as Afgri in the tender process to deliver maize when Kenya was facing an acute shortage, and varying the price and amount of cereal that the firm was to deliver to the NCPB.

“At the time we were doing this investigation we were not shown the evidence that the Cabinet approved the act of including this entity in the list (of procurement). Subsequent to that, the information was made available to us. It was actually made available to us after the information came out in the public domain,” Mr Kinisu said.

He added: “The inclusion of Afgri in the list of bidders was indeed ratified by Cabinet and there is information that has been given to us to demonstrate this.
Details of Mr Omondi’s non-involvement in any wrongdoing emerged after PwC presented the report to PM Raila Odinga, Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta, Finance PS Joseph Kinyua and journalists in Nairobi.

Mr Omondi was mentioned adversely in the PwC report after he declined to release any documents from the Cabinet, but it turns out he could not have done so during the investigation since he was bound by the official secrets Act.

Mr Omondi was a representative of the Office of the Prime Minister on an Ad hoc committee that had an oversight role since there were serious concerns about the capacity and integrity of the NCPB committee conducting the procurement process.

The PwC report had said: “Mr Omondi has clarified to us that in view of the urgency of the matter (to procure maize from Afgri of South Africa) he obtained immediate verbal approval for this decision from the Cabinet which was meeting that day.”

It is understood that Mr Omondi provided the full particulars of the Cabinet decisions absolving him of any blame in the procurement processes on Wednesday after getting permission from the Head of Public Service.



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Anonymous said...

Can the PM form a committee to explain where the Kazi kwa Vijana money that was under his office went to?

And also explain why his son Fidel was in the business of exporting Maize to Sudan during the height of the maize scandal

And how he suddenly became rich after being appointed the minister of Energy by Moi and secretary General of Kanu

And why Nyanza Mps have to bribe him through his wife Ida Odinga so that they can be elected inn Luo Nyanza and therefore denying people of Nyanza the right to elect people that they want

And why there are no women MPs from his stronghold of Nyanza since he started controlling the voting patterns of Members of Parliament in Luo Nyanza?

And why he took a 2 billion bribe in 2007 to sign the peace accord cheating that he had done it for the sake of peace?

Anonymous said...

One of Kenya's biggest problem is Raila Amollo Odinga, and he MUST GO along with Emilio Mwai Kibaki, Uhuru (Ururuuu) Kenyatta, Ruto, Kalonzo, Balaa Balala and 80% of the current crop of currupt parliamentarians, civil servants, business people, and clergy.

There will be no tangible change in Kenya unless some drastic political or social event takes place in Kenya as we know it.

Unfortunately, so many lives will have to be lost and many politicans and civilians forced into exile in order for real change to be experienced in Kenya of 2012 and beyond.

Otherwise, Kenya's political, economic, and social spheres as well as national and ethnic mentality is going to remain as it is - business as usual spiced with some cosmetic changes here and there for next forty years or so.

It's high time the people rolled the dice or rolled the tide in the name of real change.

Anonymous said...

For Kenya to move forward, RAILA MUST GO!!

Anonymous said...

Official Government secrets


" Mr Kinisu said that, contrary to the “version” of the report that had circulated, a contract for 18,000 tonnes of maize issued to a South African company, Afgri Ltd, was varied by a Cabinet decision communicated by Public Service head Francis Muthaura

Mr Kinisu said that, subsequent to the publication of the report, the PWC had been presented with documentation that contradicted their earlier findings that the variation of the contract had been unilaterally effected by an official in the Office of the Prime Minister, Mr Caroli Omondi. PricewaterhouseCoopers was paid Sh25 million for compiling the report "


More to come na bado - Lets play Hard Ball.

Anonymous said...

Why is pwc getting so many jobs from gava? Most "forensic" audits and privatizations are going to them. And the rumour is that the foot soldiers who actually do the ground work ask for bribes. Some needs to investgate the investigators.

Injeraz said...

Price Waterhouse Coopers has become a laughing stock! ati there were some documents that they hadnt seen b4!! bwahahaha. PwC is a joke!

Mwarang'ethe said...

Injeraz said...
Price Waterhouse Coopers has become a laughing stock! ati there were some documents that they hadnt seen b4!! bwahahaha. PwC is a joke!

2/11/10 11:08 PM

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Relax.

If Kenyans could only begin to appreciate what we have been trying to argue here for so long, they would not die of frustrations. Mwarang'ethe is very relaxed.

It is only a mad or very naive person who has not taken time to understand how economies work, can promise to "fight corruption" in Africa and win as long as our economies are structured the way they are.

As we noted a few days ago, we have been incurring debts to keep KACC alive. On top of this, we have the Kenyan police, the AG office, the NSIS and many others. What a waste?

Now, on top of that, we hire "private" inbestigators to investigate maize theft. And, once they finish, we hire another "technical" team to "study" and "advise" on how to "implement" the report.

In 1945, after the defeat of Germany, USA came with Morgenthau Plan. Essentially, the objective of this Plan was to DE - INDUSTRIALISE Germany completely. Simply, dismantle all its industrial sector and make it an AGRICULTURAL society.

Within two years, USA was alarmed at the developments in Germany. It was the realisation that making a nation an agricultural nation (specialise in Malthusian activities) was a tragic mistake that USA came up with Marshall Plan.

Before the commencement of the Marshall Plan, Marshall uttered the truth that has been known since the Renaissance Era as to how nations develop. He said this:

"the farmer has always produced the foodstuffs to exchange with the city dweller for the other necessities of life. It is this division of labour, i.e. between INCREASING RETURNS ACTIVITIES in the cities and the DIMINISHING RETURNS ACTIVITIES in the countryside IS THE BASIS OF MODERN CIVILISATION."

He added that this relationship was being broken in Germany under the Morgenthau Plan and has to be restored with speed.

If you observe the economies of all failing states like Kenya, you will come to the conclusion that, none of these states has what Marshall called the BASIS OF MODERN CIVILISATION.

Therefore, fixing the BASIS OF MODERN CIVILISATION is what we need and not this stupid, silly game of "fightng corruption."

The only problem is this. At the moment, all African nations have signed international agreements or are under the Western programmes that make establishing MODERN BASIS OF CIVILISATION ILLEGAL.

Having outlawed the capability to establish modern civilisation, we are only left to "fight" corruption.

In any case, as an example, the FPE which we are yelling about, is a waste of resources because under the current economic system, we shall only end exporting our graduates and then we wait for remittances. The whole damn thing when calmly analysed, is a sick joke.

However, these things are not visible now cos we have two ways of making decisions. We can make decisions based on:

(a) passion,
(b) reason.

It seems passion has taken over in our decision making process. We shall pay a heavy price for this mistake.

Anonymous said...

All this maize fiasco is doing is to hand-in presidency to Kalonzo wa Musyoka in a silver platter!

Kalenjin vote is gone, Coast is gone, Luhyia is spilt, Kikuyu vote is a NEVER...

RAILA IS FRAUD!! He rigged himself into premership through violence and now we have seen his true coulours!

Anonymous said...

Time break!!! FPE Scandal.


I have heard the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Finance Mr. Uhuru Kenyatta and Minister for Education Mr. Sam Ongeri talking about the government reimbursing the donors their money. My question to them is "whose money are they going to use to settle this"?

Kenya's TAX PAYERS money!!!! :(

How many times is the tax payer going to be swindled?

This is absurd way of dealing with corruption. Kenyans wake up to this nonsense way of Ongeri and Uhuru's explanation!

Sitinei said...

Mwarang'ethe,

Thank you for bringing sanity into this blog. We all should appreciate that we are learning from you and your writings are adding value. Keep it up. At least you can tell from the mum of these mongreals whose heads are empty and write only nonesense.

At least we have a break from raila bashing.

Sitinei said...

Mwarang'ethe,

Thank you for bringing sanity into this blog. We all should appreciate that we are learning from you and your writings are adding value. Keep it up. At least you can tell from the mum of these mongreals whose heads are empty and write only nonesense.

At least we have a break from raila bashing.

Sitinei said...

Go Go Go Mwarang'ethe, GO.

Mwarang'ethe said...

In addition to our last comments, we wish to add the following.

On 12th Feb. 2010, the Standard, we were informed that:

"Joint EA coffee marketing seen as way to lift earnings."

Then, we are told that the:

"Agricuture Minister William Ruto said the East African Community (EAC) member states should create synergies and jointly market their specialty coffee to attract good returns."

Our comments:

Essentially, all Ruto/Kenyan govt. is saying, let us join hands to market our Malthusian products.

Now, on a casual basis, this looks good. However, we need to realise that innovations in the Malthusian activities only lead to lower prices for Western consumers and therefore, does not lead to increased real wages for producers, increased profits and higher tax base for the govts.

Secondly, since all of us are increasing our Malthusian products for the international markets, we will be subject to perfect competition laws.

Thus, there shall be no gains for us. This translates to more poverty for our people. As poverty increases, the zero sum game intensifies.

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We are then told this:

"Ruto observed that Africa’s share of the global coffee market was just 10 per cent, with a paltry three per cent of the coffee produced consumed locally."

Our comments:

What is clear from the above is very simple. The division of labour that Marshall talked about in 1947 does not exist in Africa.

And, as he informed us, that division of labour between Malthusian activities in rural areas and increasing returns in the cities are the BASIS OF MODERN CIVILISATION.

As we have insisted, it is this lack of basis of modern civilisation is the problem. This should be our focus.

Seen this way, corruption is the effect. The smart way is to address the root cause (lack of basis of modern civilisation) and not the effect (corruption).

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We are then informed that:

"There is need to put our heads together and ensure that mechanisms to encourage local consumption are put into place here," Ruto said.

Our comment:

The only solution is to increase the purchasing power (PP) of our people. Essentially, this would mean stop focussing on exports and redirect our efforts to increase the PP of our people.

Now, how do you refocus on your own people when you have debts denominated in foreign currency to pay?

Also, to increase the PP of your people, you must engage in increasing returns activities.

But, how do you engage in these activities when we cannot protect our infant industries in accordance with treaties we have signed?

Remember,all industrial nations have done this (protected their infant industries) since the 14th Century.

Anonymous said...

RAILA MUST GO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Eugene Wamalwa for 2012!

Anonymous said...

Mwarang'ethe,

Bravo.

Do you have someplace where we can find all your comments together?

Anonymous said...

In deed! Eugeñ Wamalwa for his village, clan and people in 2012 and beyond.

Eugeñ Wamalwa the coat-tail rider will never ever evolve to the heights of MANDELA, GADDAFI, NYERERE, and NKRUMAH.

The wannabe regional chief of his people in 2012 has yet to wrestle with his nemesis "Bafwõli Bwakõli," whatever the his name is.

2012 is open season and needs qualified candidates with a national appeal and not coat-tail riders.

Mwarang'ethe said...

Anonymous said...
Mwarang'ethe,

Do you have someplace where we can find all your comments together?

2/12/10 5:34 AM

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No, we do not have such a place. However, we are working on a 2017 Manifesto.

When it is ready, we shall make it available to Kenyans. Those who shall be seeking elective posts in 2017, will have an opportunity to use or reject it.

The only problem is that, the implementation of some of the policies we shall advocate will meet very stiff resistance from vested interests locally and abroad. Some of them will also require a common African stand, which is difficult.

As we have noted before, Africans will have one day to make a choice between liberty and slavery.

If we choose slavery as we have chosen so far, it will be fine cos it might be that after all, Joshua 9:23 applies to Africans. It provides that:

"Now therefore, you are cursed, and you shall never cease being slaves, both hewers of wood and drawers of water..."

Anonymous said...

@1:51 AM

Any other Kamba will become Kenya's president but not Moi's "former Kitchen Toto."

I dare him and his supporter to try and ran against Charity Ngilu in any presidential race.

Anonymous said...

anon6:23,

I say it again and LOUD))))))

RAILA IS FRAUD!!!

Kalenjin votes are gone,Coast votes are gone, Luhyia votes are spilt, Kikuyu votes are a resounding NEVER...

The only option for Raila is to go and sell mandazis in Kibera.bure kabisa!! He is UNWANTED goods!

Kalonzo IS our man!!!

Anonymous said...

Poor Africans of Soweto were expecting Mandela's release and consequent election would deliver economic manna from the halls of heavenly Pretoria.

That was twenty years and very little has changed in 2010. A new breed of greedy, corrupt, wealthy class of black South Africans, 12% of the population now controls the faucets of economic manna in Cape Town, Pretoria, Kimberley, Bloemfontein, Johannesburg, Pietermaritzburg, Durban and Bhisho, as they continue to enjoy a prosperous existence at the expense of the poor majority of South Africans.

While black on black violence continues to take its toll on blacks as well as on coloured and white South Africans.

It's now estimated that more black South Africans have been killed, maimed, raped and displaced in the last fifteen years than was the case during the dark period of apartheid.

Violence, poverty, mortality, illiteracy, diseases, corruption, and lack of national pride have increased by 150%.

WWSR (What Went So Wrong)?

Anonymous said...

See how the report on maize was leaked. Have a look at the timing. It must have been orchestered to bleach the seriousness of FPE stealing.

It is always the rich anti-change forces in Kenya who are resisting the fight on corruption.

Raila and Kibaki are principals. If Kibaki would be ordered to resign and he resigned, then it would be ok for Raila to pack up. How many times has Kibaki been ordered to do so. Even the voters showed him the door, but he is still there.

Just to clear the air: I am not a fan of any Kenyan politician. I find the Kenyan politicians to be childish and money-minded. (Most of the Kenyan electorates are illitrate beings who should not be allowed to vote at all. The same applies to some of the bloggers here)

I am therefore for the idea that: Ongeri and his PS should be forced to resign. Caroli Omondi, Ishiaka and both Agriculture &Spec Prog PSs should be replaced immediately.

Kenya has to be serious.

In the past there have been resignations without protests esp from communities from West Kenya.

It started with Bernard Chunga, then Dr Ongonga Achieng (son of Achieng Oneko), etc just to name a few from West Kenya. This is how it should be. We should not always cry when our own man is in trouble.

Kenya is ours and not a Kamba, Luhya, Kikuyu, Luo entity or for ODM, PNU, Ford.

Anonymous said...

@6:39 AM

I am not surprised to find that you are still larking around with an anti-Raila dustbin in the dark streets of Kumekucha.

First of all, I am not a blind support of the Kenya's trademark seasonal election parties. That includes ODM and PNU etc.

As I've stated in the past, the difference between Raila, Kibaki, Uhuru, Kalonzo, Ruto and Moi is worth a five shilling Kenyan coin that was issued before Nelson Mandela was released from Robben Island.

The above mentioned are Kenya's MAIN problem and they will NEVER be part of the solution to Kenya's future. Not in 2010, 2012 or beyond.

They never wanted to be part of the solution in 2008, until Kibaki and Raila were threatened (by the Americans and Brits) with a real possibility of facing the same fate experienced by Jean-Bertrand Aristide on September 29, 1991.

Have field day and keep on shouting loud and clear until 2017 or 2022. Be my quest.

Anonymous said...

Mwangethe,

As much as enjoy reading your analysis, please refrain from making such outrageous comments. Every child is entitled to an education regardless
of the what the economic situation is.

"FPE is a waste of resources because under the current economic system, we shall only end exporting our graduates and then we wait for remittances. The whole damn thing when calmly analysed, is a sick joke."

Anonymous said...

in Memory of Madiba's release - Its a good reminder to bring the Maize scandal back to show that no one will match this man. Raila has destroyed the credibility he had as we now can see he was a phoney

Anonymous said...

Mwangethe,

The typical African is, as you've said, a very big coward and traitor.

I've seen quite a few comments directed at you where the authors completely avoid / misunderstand what you're talking about and go where no man has one before, just to mention a very few anons @7:17 AM, @7:27 AM, @10:28 AM with the best supporting Oscar going to @6:39 AM

How then do you expect to get through to them about the changes we MUST undergo?

Anonymous said...

@12:46 PM,

Lets just all admit it. Kenyans are all talk no action. Including Mwangethe, yourself and I.

Mwarang'ethe said...

"FPE is a waste of resources because under the current economic system, we shall only end exporting our graduates and then we wait for remittances. The whole damn thing when calmly analysed, is a sick joke."

2/12/10 10:28 AM

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Haya. Please do not get the wrong message. What we are saying is this.

The idea of free education as good as it is, has not been well thought out. This is why.

The investments in human capital if not made without correspondent changes in the productive structures so as to create demand for skills acquired, will only tend to promote emigration.

The end result of all this is what is called "perverse backwashes" where capital both monetary and human will flow from the poor nations to the rich nations.

More so, when UK/USA are funding the FPE, without saying it, they are engaging in welfare colonialism, i.e. putting Africans on the dole.

This is like setting reservations in Africa like the Indian reservations in N. America where the basic needs of the poor are taken care of withot changing the productive structures, i.e. permanently on the dole. This enables the rest of the world to get on with business.

Anonymous said...

Kumekucha has continued to run this story in the hope that some more interesting news will replace Raila's hypocritical stand on his call to resign and fire his PA and PS. I thot Chris had walked away from kind of double standard. We all know Taabu, Phil and Mwarangethe literally drink from Raila's rear so they current obsession with SA news at such a time is a good diversion.
Has anyone noticed Mwarangethe has no balls even to say Raila is applying double standards?? This supposedly learned fellow is trying to crowd our learned minds with old fairy tales to save his tainted paper King

Anonymous said...

Expect Taabu to run that story of Mombasa gays....the lengths these guys will go to cover for their political masters....

poor fellows

Anonymous said...

@1:00 PM,

Good. The first step to helping ourselves is to admit the truth!

Anonymous said...

It matters not just how much sycophants cheer--the emperor is very naked. Still.

Anonymous said...

THIS BLOG IS DEAD!!!

Anonymous said...

Funny Kenya. We talk too much about people and too little about instituitions.

If we had an instituition to act on graft, then we should be quite far.

Anti-Corruption Commitee is a toothless monster where lawyers sit back and earn millions.

We need an anti-corruption court which investigates fast and effectively, charges without interference.

Otherwise it will be just a blame game with PNU (which is against change) trying to victimise those trying to save this nation.

deroo said...

Karoli Omondi and MOhammed Isahakia have just resigned over the maize scandal. The copy that I hava is the raw November copy that was presented to RAO. It is not the current one. The evidence therein has family members and associates mentioned. That is the reason why Kabila Adui MPs always talk about the maize scandal. All the time. Just last week Beth Mugo mentioned it and Mututho has always been on it.

deroo said...

To ODM, just pray that Speaker Marende stops the live coverage or TV cameras at the event which certain member's of the PM's are due to meet the house committee. The Agricultural Committee is made up of anti-god MPs. I would not love it.

Anonymous said...

As two top aides in Prime Minister Raila Odinga's office resigns, I am expecting Raila to follow the suit. Yes, I want Raira wa molasses to resign ASAP!!!

Phil's mistress

Anonymous said...

This is the way it should be.

The PM is setting standard in this hopeless country. Omondi and Isahkia have resigned.

No ODM members have protested the way the primitive PNU did.

We now call upon Education PS to go and allow for further investigations.

As has been mentioned here, the people from Western Kenya are clean and want a change.

They never protested when Achieng' Ongonga and Bernard Chunga (former CJ) were forced to go. Why cant the current damned CJ resign after presiding over a night swearing of an illegal president.

deroo said...

Know Caroli Omondi... (then apply use and dump doctrine)

Caroli omondi is a former banker and a lawyer.

Was appointed the administration permanent secretary in the office of the prime minister in 2008. The secret behind mr. Omondi’s appointment is that he is the landlord who owns the building in the posh kilimani surburbs of Nairobi, which is housing raila’s pentagon office.

Anonymous said...

@5:20
Appointment because of Landlord???

How stupid do you think the bloggers are? Pull up your socks.

Anonymous said...

@Deroo,

Just look at the car Caroli bought his wife beginning of 2009 and ask the ODMorons where he got the money for it.

By the way, he bought 2 of them…… brand new.

paulo said...

Mandela is a creation of the west just like Kenyatta. Why give power to the same man you held for close to thirty years?

Anonymous said...

Caroli? what a gay-ish name!

Anonymous said...

US DISMISSES MUSYOKA'S CLAIM OF AID AS FICTION

http://www.nation.co.ke/News/politics/-/1064/861194/-/wr8b59z/-/index.html


HEHEHEEE...VIKII, WHAT SAY YOU. SIMPLE ENGLISH PLEASE, AND DON'T BE ABUSIVE AS YOU USUAL ARE WHEN YOU GET CORNERED.

Anonymous said...

A very good reason why Raila should go to Hague!

http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5howW1KW6alSuN2Fcjr_GVrWU2DHAD9DRCI400

Anonymous said...

Following the leader. - A TEST CASE.

We are going to follow this action blow by blow, when the dusts settles we will see who has the balls, ideas and courage to move the country forward.

On the red corner - the usual suspects, on the blue corner...wacha tu.


" President Kibaki said the officials should vacate office for three months to allow for proper, independent and accurate investigations into the allocation and application of funds under the two programmes.


The statement came hours after Mr Isahakia and Mr Omondi announced that they were stepping aside until the Maize Scandal saga is resolved " - Capitalfm.

UK was given the task of setting this up but events have moved so fast that he had to be rescued as he had not thought through how this will work out.

As usual the proff - Karega shot himself on the foot when he claimed that people could only access funds through imprest, very very funny - they were dishing out 10 million shillings "to impress" checks to individuals, does that ring a bell ? Blunder Blunder Blunder - now we just have to sit back and follow the money,

its just a matter of time for the other proff, the one tricked to open the can of worms in public. There is going to be blow back. Forget the pop corn this time people, you are going to hang by the seat of your pants - its a roller coaster.

Score: 1-0

Anonymous said...

Raila was told about maize scum all the way in 2008 but DID NOT act!!!

http://www.standardmedia.co.ke/InsidePage.php?id=2000003194&catid=159&a=1

Anonymous said...

Ai yawa, 'scum'? Forget about agwambo for a moment and go to school.

Anonymous said...

Fish stinks from the head.

First to resign should be the Mumumo man and then Raila.

Wait a minute. Have you heard Kibaki telling his assistants, aides, night swearers and go slows to resign?

Anonymous said...

Kibaki sent a Valentine card to the Othaya's PNU activist.

Anonymous said...

At last Karega has quitted. This man is not only responsible for the FPE funds theft, but is also in charge of consistence exam stealing.

How can ALL candidates in a girls' school get PLAIN As in MATHS and nothing happens? Ongeri should also resign because of his "computer error".

Many students from West Kenya have been deliberately failed because Education Ministry is 99% PNU.

The fight against corruption is just starting but without Tinga, it will stop immediately. Mois, Kibakis,Y92, Kenyattas, etc dont want change.

Anonymous said...

KUMEKUCHA.

Save some of us from another day and week of being bombarded by diversionary weird comments that have no relevance (whatsoever) to the "Mandela: 20 Years on vs Gaddafi's 40 Years".

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